Bred by Heavyweight Seeds, these auto-flowering strain is a cross between Afghani Auto, Brazillian Auto, and Indian Auto. Its aroma is fruity with a pungent, musky odor.
Flavor and Effects of Turbo
Turbo is a flavorful concoction of fruits and musk.
Its body high brings calmness and relaxation to its users. It can be paired with activities such as lying on the couch, watching tv or before you go to bed for sleep.
Thus, it is best used in the evening and nighttime.
Medical Benefits of Turbo
Medically speaking, Turbo is an analgesic, anxiolytic, and relaxant. Its therapeutic properties are helpful in relieving conditions such as pain, anxiety, spasms, nausea, and insomnia.
Negative Effects of Turbo.
Just like any other marijuana strain, Turbo presents with side effects such as dry, itchy eyes, and dry mouth. As a remedy, you have to drink lots of fluids. You can also use an eye moisturizer to soothe those irritated, red eyes. Dizziness along with anxiety, may also happen especially to beginners who have a low tolerance to the strain. Don’t fret, this is temporary and disappears after some time. As always, moderation in consuming the strain is advised.
Turbo is small and stealthy. This plant thrives in the indoors, outdoors, and in a greenhouse.
Turbo is the perfect choice for home growers looking for a quick harvest. It automatically flowers without waiting for a specifically timed light cycle. It blossoms all on their own after a short vegetative period of 2-4 weeks.
To care for auto-flowering plants, top your plant after it has developed three nodes to promote an even canopy. Once your plants begin to flower, do not top them. Prune your plants carefully for no more than one week into flowering. The use of Low-stress training method where you pull it down sideways will create new upward growth.